Elder Law Guides and Reports Compliments of The Elder & Disability Law Firm, PLLC

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These free Guides and Reports are provided to you compliments of our law firm. They cover a wide-variety of subjects on caring for a loved one who is disabled, in a nursing home or facing a long-term care stay. You are not alone, we are here to help educate and arm you with useful information as you navigate this complicated and sometimes confusing area. If you need additional information, please feel free to call our office.


  • 9 Questions You Must Ask If You or a Loved One is Going Into a Nursing Home

    9 Questions You Must Ask If You or a Loved One is Going Into a Nursing Home
    Placing a family member into a nursing home is one of the most difficult tasks you may ever experience. Before you make any decisions or final plans, you need to read this invaluable free report to learn the 9 most important questions you need to ask before you place a loved one into a nursing home. Click here to learn more! 

  • Aid & Attendance: Special Care Pensions for Wartime Veterans

    Aid & Attendance: Special Care Pensions for Wartime Veterans
    If you or your loved one is a wartime Veteran in need of daily assistance due to any disabling medical condition you may qualify for monetary benefits from the Veterans Administration’s Aid & Attendance Special Pension. Our free report reveals important tips on eligibility, how to qualify for benefits, and how to apply for benefits. Click here to learn more!

  • ALS Legal Survival Guide – Steps to Take Right Now If You or a Loved One Has ALS

    ALS Legal Survival Guide – Steps to Take Right Now If You or a Loved One Has ALS
    Is anyone in your family suffering from ALS? At last there’s help… If anyone in your family is suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), often referred to Lou Gehrig’s Disease, the information in this report can mean the difference between having a sudden, costly disaster on your hands or being prepared and able to help your loved one manage the progression of the disease. There are many financial and legal decisions best made now, before the symptoms become severe (although there are also important things you can do if your loved one is already suffering from ALS and you are struggling with the care-giving or financial burdens). Click here to learn more!

  • The Alzheimer’s Legal Survival Kit

    Alzheimer’s Legal Survival Kit
    Alzheimer’s disease leads to a number of life adjustments, including the need to make a wide range of decisions that pose possible legal consequences. This kit explains the major legal issues you may face over time and suggests ways to deal with them. It provides information on the first steps you should take before the disease progresses and what long range planning you will need to do to protect yourself and your assets. Click here to learn more!

  • Caring for Someone With Alzheimer’s…Real World Strategies That Work!

    Caring for Someone With Alzheimer’s… Real World Strategies That Work!
    What do you do when Mom won’t take a bath or Dad won’t eat? These and many other questions are raised by caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. Caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s is one of the most difficult jobs in the world and we have found that what caregivers need most is practical information and useful suggestions to make the everyday things in life easier. Our free report answers your questions and provides real strategies that work. Click here to learn more! 

  • The Consumer’s Guide to Hospice Care

    Consumer’s Guide to Hospice Care
    If you or your loved one is considering enrolling in hospice for end-of-life care, there are immediate legal steps you should take to protect assets while ensuring the best care possible is provided. Our free report provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about hospice care and planning, in addition to providing information on how to pay for the cost of care and how to protect assets. Click here to learn more!

  • Consumer’s Guide to Medicaid Planning and Division of Assets

    Consumer’s Guide to Medicaid Planning and Division of Assets
    Is your loved one facing a long-term care stay? Do they need to qualify for financial assistance to pay for their long-term stay? Learn what options are available and which steps you should be taking right now to qualify for Medicaid without selling your home or becoming penniless by requesting a free copy of this informative guide! Click here to learn more!

  • Consumer’s Guide to Understanding and Protecting Nursing Home Resident’s Rights

    Consumer’s Guide to Understanding and Protecting Nursing Home Residents' Rights
    Residents of nursing homes should enjoy the same comfort and constitutional and civil rights as they would at home. Because of their vulnerability, residents are in fact protected by state and federal laws. Residents and family members need to become familiar with these laws to make sure their rights and well-being are being protected. This Guide reviews the Nursing Home Reform Law and the legal protections often referred to as the residents’ “Bill of Rights.” Click here to learn more!

  • Nursing Home, Assisted Living & Hospice Guide

    Nursing Home, Assisted Living and Hospice Guide
    The decision to move a family member or a loved one into a nursing home is one of the most difficult decisions you can make. This free guide will show you how to find the right nursing home, how to get good care there, and how to pay for it without going broke. Click here to learn more!

  • Special Report: Safe Driving (Including When and How to Get the Alzheimer’s Patient Off the Road)

    Safe Driving (Including When and How to Get the Alzheimer’s Patient Off the Road)
    How do you know when the time has come to turn over your car keys or stop a loved one from driving? It is a difficult decision that many families have to face when a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. If you have a loved one who should no longer drive, for his or her own safety as well as for the safety of others, you will need to take action to keep him or her off the road. Click here to learn more! 


These Guides and Reports are Compliments of The Elder & Disability Law Firm, PLLC.

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